FYI: What you should know when measuring:
TALL JACKETS AND VESTS:
A Tall item is 2-3" longer in body and sleeve than regular.
Chest (men's) or bust (ladies) measurement with a tape measure for the correct number to order your product.
Coats, motorcycle jackets and insulated fashion jackets will measure 4-6" larger than the actual chart.
Leather shirts, blazers and sport coats will measure 2-4" larger than the actual chart.
Your chest (men's) or bust (ladies) measurement with a tape measure is the correct number to order your product.
If you like a snug fit, order the size needed.
If you like a roomy fit, order the next size up.
Sleeveless jackets or non-V-neck style vests will generally run larger by 2-4" depending on style.
V-neck or U-neck style vests will usually measure exactly to the chart.
We don't recommend you relying on the labeling in your favorite pair of jeans/pants. Please measure yourself for proper purchase size. Leather pants historically will measure EXACTLY the size they measure.
Overpants: Though most overpants can be considered unisex, they measure EXACTLY 2" LARGER than the size on the label.
WOMEN'S PANTS SHORTS AND SKIRTS:
All our women's pants, shorts and skirts have a text box online where you can provide us your hips and waist measurement. We highly recommend you provide this size measurements from a current measurement. Women's pants, shorts and skirts are among the hardest things to get perfect due to the extreme variety of body types out there. Though you provide these measurements, we will make our very best attempt to match our inventory as close to the measurements provided we can, sometimes even at the cost of losing the sale. We would rather not ship what will not fit.
Chaps are not designed to put on like a pair of pants. Therefore a good fit in the thigh helps get you a best fit. Measure your thigh mid way down your thigh, not your upper thigh or you might just order a size too big in the waist.
Inseam: Technically chaps do not have an inseam since each person wears them differently. The lower you buckle the chaps the longer the inseam.